By now most of us are aware that investing has become hugely popular over the pandemic – people have more spare money and time to invest. You might be surprised however, at who has been learning to trade, read our article to learn more.
December is a difficult month to trade as the year comes to an end and the holiday season sparks strange patterns in business and consumer spending. Every year in the lead up to Christmas and the start of January stock markets rally. But why does this happen and how can you take advantage of this?
With Brexit negotiations almost at a close, Britain will start the new year without the EU. All eyes are now on how the UK’s economy will bounce back depending on deal or no deal.
Following the huge rally last week sparked by vaccine announcements, is it a good time to buy airline stocks? Well this weekend saw the highest number of travellers for eight months and this will only improve. The sky’s the limit.
After Monday’s breakthrough announcement by Pfizer, the 90% effective vaccine is dominating stock market news, but you must keep an eye out for other vaccines in the race. Pfizer’s vaccine doesn’t mean the game is over as pharma corps continue to compete to produce an effective vaccine suitable for distribution.
When is the right time to start investing? You may think you are too young to worry about investing or you just can’t be bothered to deal with the hassle. Investing is a quick and easy way to look out for yourself in the future. If you have a pot of cash lying around then why not invest, making money from your money is the smartest way to get a profit. Read our helpful guide to see which investment opportunities might suit you.
Are you confused by all the market changes happening right now? Not sure who to invest in next? We provide a simple overview of what we think are the best stocks to buy in the next three months and why.
In our last article we discussed the difficulties of switching to trading remotely under COVID-19, but it’s not all doom and gloom! The switch to remote working has led to a huge increase in digital nomads. Why stay in dingy England when you can fly to a beach-side villa and be just as productive? Cue WFA’s (work from anywhere) employees, who since the pandemic have substituted their usual routines for those of travel-brochure worthy locations. No longer are digital nomads niche, some even say they are the next normal…
For most office workers being forced to work remotely has proven successful. But not for financial traders where communication, technical and compliance issues can make trading from home a nightmare! While casual and individually funded traders have been having a holiday, traders from large corporations have really struggled…
Stocks fell after a six-week high reversing a coronavirus recovery. Traders are no longer waiting for an agreement for the U.S. stimulus as it is expected the coronavirus aid package will be introduced after the November election. The International Monetary Fund warned an economic recovery will not be smooth until the virus is tamed as they prepare an annual meeting with the World Bank to discuss the worst economic recession since the Great Depression.